Jaguar's midsized XF luxury sedan faces an uphill battle against models from the segment-dominating German trio of Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz. Historically, Jaguars have offered style, charm, and a warmer interior ambience than that of the more-austere Germans, but that distinction has largely dissipated. The XF’s main draw is its terrific blend of handling agility and a supple ride.
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    Jaguar XF Road Test

    Jaguar's midsized XF luxury sedan faces an uphill battle against models from the segment-dominating German trio of Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz. Historically, Jaguars have offered style, charm, and a warmer interior ambience than that of the more-austere Germans, but that distinction has largely dissipated. The XF’s main draw is its terrific blend of handling agility and a supple ride. Unfortunately, several aspects--including a rather bland interior, and unpolished noise isolation--hurt the Jag’s luxury credentials.

    On the road, the XF feels alert and light on its feet. It steers into corners resolutely with minimal body lean, impressively gobbling up undulating curves while the thoroughly developed suspension ensures the body remains planted--qualities that make the XF a legitimate sports sedan. In the handling department, Jaguar can show BMW who makes the real ultimate driving machine.

    Pair that agility with an accomplished ride that blankets any type of road with calming isolation and the result is a dynamic prowess that guarantees true driving enjoyment.

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    The best choice is the Prestige trim, which includes many of the features that you expect on a luxury sedan.
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